A Risk Management Process for Consumers


Cleeff, André van (2010) A Risk Management Process for Consumers. [Report]

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Abstract:Simply by using information technology, consumers expose themselves to considerable security risks. Because no technical or legal solutions are readily available, the only remedy is to develop a risk management process for consumers, similar to the process executed by enterprises. Consumers need to consider the risks in a structured way, and take action, not once, but iteratively. Such a process is feasible: enterprises already execute such processes, and time-saving tools can support the consumer in her own process. In fact, given our society's emphasis on individual responsibilities, skills and devices, a risk management process for consumers is the logical next step in improving information security.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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